Towards the end of our IKEA visit, our stomach began to growl. That's when we headed for the exit to look for food. We almost walked the whole length of the mall before we found the area where the restaurants were located. We had two choices - to eat at Bibimbap Korean Restaurant or at the restaurant right next to it - Pepper Lunch, a Japanese Teppan Restaurant. We checked each restaurant's menu and weighed the priced. We reckoned to go Japanese.
Our friend had root beer. My sister and I both had green tea. It is our favorite drink when we dine out. The tea came with a syrup. It had to be stirred in before you drink the tea.
Mags ordered salmon and chicken combo and a side dish of miso soup. She had not eaten since 10 am - she could eat a horse.
I had teriyaki chicken with egg, vegetable and a side dish of mashed potato. The chicken was moist, tender and juicy. A far cry from the chicken steak I had at Asiatique The Riverfront.
I snapped a picture of all the dishes before I dig in.
The huge mall sign. Anyone driving along kilometer 8 won't miss it.
Mega Bangna at night.
The best part of our mall trip was spending time at IKEA.
The showrooms melt my heart. I could spend the whole day here.
Me and sis pretended this was our dining area.
I'm definitely going back.